One Portuguese hospital has seen the same amount of patients in January as it did during the whole of last year as the third wave of the pandemic sweeps across the country.
An emergency room nurse in Sweden has won a prize to watch films for a week alone in a lighthouse on a remote island.
Health authorities in Italy have realised they have enough ventilators to cope with the second coronavirus wave but not enough medics to operate them.
"If our suffering may help others not to experience the same harrowing pain ... it would soothe our wounds," Maurizia told Euronews.
Hospitals in Paris and Montpellier have put some interventions on hold to free up space for COVID-19 as the country registered its six consecutive day with more than 10,000 new cases on Sunday.
The family members thought that they were eating Tetragonia, or New Zealand spinach, but were instead ingesting a toxic plant known as Devil's weed.
The country accounts for around a quarter of all Africa's COVID-19 cases.
They protested to demand better working conditions and pay.
"Exhausted caregivers = endangered patients", "Public hospitals in life-threatening emergency" were some of the protesters' mottos.
The new technology eliminates the traditional wires and electrodes, protecting baby's skin and allowing better access for nurses and family.
Raw Politics discusses an investigative report on medical devices that are faulty, causing thousands of people to suffer